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98 WORDS TO THE WISE – Kee tavo, Deut.26-29:8 – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

98 WORDS TO THE WISE – Kee tavo, Deut.26-29:8 – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon This week’s Torah reading includes Moses’ Third Discourse, and the famous lists of blessings and curses – blessings earned by carrying out the Divine commandments, and … Continue reading

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DESTINY OR DEBATE – Behar/Behukosai – Lev. 25-27– by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

DESTINY OR DEBATE – Behar/Behukosai – Lev. 25-27– by Rabbi Baruch Cohon As we conclude the Book of Leviticus this week with a double reading covering its last three chapters, we might well consider this a particularly appropriate year to … Continue reading

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GOING OUT AND COMING IN – Kee Tavo – Deut. 26-29:8, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

GOING OUT AND COMING IN – Kee Tavo – Deut. 26-29:8, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Frequently our tradition uses the opening words of a Torah reading as the name of the week’s section. Last week it was “Kee Teitzei” about … Continue reading

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ENTERING THE LAND – Kee Tavo – Deut. 26.1—29.8, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

ENTERING THE LAND – Kee Tavo – Deut. 26.1—29.8, by Rabbi Baruch Cohon This week’s reading continues Moses’ farewell addresses to the people on the east bank of the Jordan. Included, along with a review of other commandments, is the … Continue reading

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